Collection of collections

Integration good practices collections

SprINg brings together a number of pre-existing repositories on EU-wide migrant integration practices which are deemed ‘good practices’.

A compilation of 'good practice' repositories. The list of collections also include SprINg Good Practice Collection collected through SPRING Join Us campaign. These collections are listed below.

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Online Digital Database of good practices and resources in social integration of refugee and migrant children
Online Digital Database of good practices and resources in social integration of refugee and migrant childrenExhaustive compilation of good practices, projects, policies, methodologies, pedagogical approaches, resources and tools on the socio-educational integration of migrant and refugee children. This digital practical tool is aimed at identifying supportive environments, educational conditions and practical resources addressed to school leaders, teachers, educators and social professionals relevant for the social integration of migrant, UndefinedThis compilation of resources offered through a digital platform and open to all users is one of the innovative digital objectives set within the IMMERSE project in its mission to facilitate the research of stakeholders involved in the socio-educational inclusion of refugee and migrant children in Europe in order to foster the construction of inclusive and cohesive societies. The ODD is available in Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, and refugees
Pathways to Prosperity: Sharing Settlement and Integration Practices that Work
Pathways to Prosperity: Sharing Settlement and Integration Practices that WorkPathways to Prosperity has been contracted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to share innovative promising practices in immigrant settlement and integration with an empirical basis for their effectiveness. practices are innovative practices that have an objective basis for claiming effectiveness in achieving their stated aims and have the potential for replication. Thus, promising practices are defined in terms of their innovation and effectiveness, which can be empirically measured as successful outcomes of the practices. Their approach focuses not only on identifying truly promising practices, but on analyzing and sharing key features that can be replicated. Promising practices may have faced challenges in their initial implementation, and these challenges are also considered and analyzed so that others can learn from these experiences.various-integration-areas
Effective inclusion of refugees: Participatory approaches for practitioners at the local level
Effective inclusion of refugees: Participatory approaches for practitioners at the local levelThe Toolkit provides step-by-step practical tools and communication materials to be used by local stakeholders for the purpose of designing, monitoring, eliciting feedback from beneficiaries, and evaluating their integration and inclusion practices. tool looks at key criteria to facilitate the identification of good practices that successfully promote the integration of refugees. In each chapters of the Handbook, they are identified according to specific sets of criteria and success factors, including the potential to be transferred in whole or in part to other national and local contexts. 1. Have clarity about the support needed by the refugees 2. Ensuring support caters to the needs of all 3. Supporting integration beyond early-recetpion 4. Working with refugees 5. Supporting voluteerism 6. Comprehensive Intergration Supportvarious-integration-areasrefugees
SPRING Good Practice Collection
SPRING Good Practice CollectionSPRING project collected EU-wide practices that are submitted via SPRING Join Us campaign and practices that are deemed ‘good’ practices by integration practitioners, stakeholders, and policymakers, creating a pool of practices validated by experts., SPRING Validation Grid was used to identify good practices with the following criteria: Inclusivity&participation Relevance&complementarity Effectiveness Sustainability Partnership&cooperation The list consists of practices that were evaluated by national experts and that can be found in 'Validated practices database' and practices that were collected via Spring Join Us Campaign. various-integration-areasmigrants refugees
LL2II Learning of Local Bodies to integrate immigrants
LL2II Learning of Local Bodies to integrate immigrantsGood practices are composed of projects, field applications, outputs, methodologies of institutions working for EU wide migrant integration. Selected practices are provided in LL2II Portal to promote learning from good experiences, to get inspired from good
ILO Good practice database: Labour migraton policies and programmes
ILO Good practice database: Labour migraton policies and programmesA good practice collection on labour migration policies and programmes
EXPECT MORE - Best practice collection
EXPECT MORE – Best practice collectionThe present Best Practice Collection provides useful approaches, methodologies, tools and ideas for organisations that provide social and labour inclusion services to migrants, refugees and asylum seekers all over Europe., A specific "Future-Proof-Matrix" tool has been developed by the partnership at the beginning of the project. Practices were analysed according to the following key criteria: • Budget • Number of persons directly involved in the best practice • Duration of the best practice • Barrier free language • Acceptance of the best practice by the target group • Level of support by stakeholders from the private, public, civil and active citizenship sector • Social inclusion dimension • Sustainability • Level of transferability of best practices to other EU countries.employment-and-related-trainingmigrants refugees
LINK IT EU Integration Best Practices
LINK IT EU Integration Best PracticesThe project focuses on strengthening the link between pre-departure and post-arrival integration support of refugees. It is a list of innovative good practices contributing toward increasing the quality and effectiveness of refugee good practices are displayed by NGOs, international organizations and municipalities.various-integration-areasrefugees
Global Compact for Refugees Digital Platform Good Practices
Global Compact for Refugees Digital Platform Good PracticesA growing collection of Good Practices submitted by individuals, governments, organizations and businesses across the world who are implementing initiatives to support and find long-term solutions for refugees, the communities who host them, and stateless, Acoording to their criteria, a good practice should: Support or facilitate the achievement of the objectives of the Global Compact on Refugees. Contribute to burden and responsibility sharing. -Broaden the support base beyond countries and stakeholders that have traditionally contributed to responses to large-scale refugee situations. -Respond to identified needs and have tangible benefits for refugees and host communities. -Be developed and/or implemented in partnership with other stakeholders, including refugees and host populations. -Take into account age, gender, disability, and other diversity considerations. -Make a sustained, positive difference in the lives of refugees and host communities. -Have the potential to be adapted, replicated, and/or broadened in scale. -Highlight opportunities to maximize the effective and efficient use of resources. -Inspire or form the basis of contributions to be announced on the Digital Platform and future Global Refugee Forums. -Address one or more of the areas of focus for the first Global Refugee Forum, where possible. various-integration-areasasylum-seekers refugees
The ISDL Best Practice Example collection
The ISDL Best Practice Example collectionThe aim of the project has been to seek out examples of good practices from organisations and initiatives that have developed creative and well-working methods and practices of integration. compilation have specifically looked for practices that have shown to adapt well to changing circumstances, keeping a stable and sustainable structure over time. Another important criteria in the research was that the examples found offered methods or approaches that could be transferred to and easily applied in different national and regional contexts.various-integration-areasmigrants
“Welcome!” Collection of good practices already existing for refugees’ welcoming and first inclusion
“Welcome!” Collection of good practices already existing for refugees’ welcoming and first inclusionThe PandPAS project has researched and collected practices for the welcome and inclusion of refugees. In this report, the project highlights inspirational initiatives which can provide ideas on how to address a topic or a target group, or what methods to use when working on refugees welcome and integration. The report features 10 transferable best practices and a further 22 complementary good, Criteria: (1)Technical feasibility (2)Efficacy and success (3)Respect of the human rights and equity framework (4) Replicability and adaptability (5)Inherent participation (6)Network coordination (7)Gender Sensitiveness (8)InnovationFor the purposes of this collection, good practice is defined as approaches, experiences or initiatives that are working well and can be replicated elsewhere, with techniques and methods that produce effects and results, considered to be effective in contributing to refugees welcoming and integration, and therefore deserving to be disseminated and proposed to other organisational contexts.various-integration-areasasylum-seekers refugees
Repository of Promising Practices EC Employment Social Affairs and Inclusion
Repository of Promising Practices EC Employment Social Affairs and InclusionThe aim of this database is to enhance mutual learning and transferability between EU Member States of the most effective policies in the area of social and labour market integration of refugees and asylum-seekers, as well as, These practices are promising, or have proven to be successful in the country concerned, according to its national administration. The European Commission does not have an official position on the policies or measures included in this database.employment-and-related-trainingasylum-seekers refugees
Mediterranean Migration Network Handbook of Good Practices
Mediterranean Migration Network Handbook of Good PracticesThe Mediterranean Migration Network aims to implement an action plan on migration and integration, thus, among other activities, has collected several initiatives implemented across the EU, which includes a collection of case studies, testimonials and collaborative programs. The aim of the handbook is to become a handy tool for organizations and stakeholders active in migration and integration selection of good practices is developed by partners and members within the framework of the program “Mediterranean Migration Network" which is co-funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and the Republic of Cyprus.various-integration-areasmigrants
Catalogue of Best practices in the field of migrant's access to information
Catalogue of Best practices in the field of migrant’s access to informationThe Catalogue of Best Practices gathers national best practices from the participating project partners . Best practices imply projects, strategies, initiatives, approaches and activities proved to be effective, sustainable and transferable, and leading to a desired Best Practices contain a fact sheet clearly stating the name of the institution or interest group concerned, objectives of the activity/project performed, place or region of the activity/project performed, duration of the activity/project performed, target group(s), collaborators/partners, and follow-up activities. At the same time, each text describes in greater detail the given activity/project, evaluates its real contribution, and explains the reason for being selected as a Best Practice. In the end, the Best Practices demonstrate pictures/print screens from their web pages.The Best Practices chosen are not only an overview of recent activities implemented in the field of integration and access to information for migrants, but they are also a stock of positive examples to be potentially applied across the respective countries in the future. There are 15 best practices. various-integration-areasmigrants
REGIN regional good practices database
REGIN regional good practices databaseThe Integration Lab database and mapping is a tool for mutual learning and sharing with a focus on innovative practices, challenges faced and lessons learnt, with a particular focus on how concrete issues are faced as part of migrant integration practices at regional level and the solutions found to overcome main goal is to adapt the OECD’s DAC Evaluation Criteria (Relevance, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Impact, Sustainability) to integration policies and actions.Detailed guidelines and selection criteria can be found here various-integration-areasmigrants
Cities of Migration- Good Ideas in Integration
Cities of Migration- Good Ideas in IntegrationCities of Migration was founded on a compilation of blog stories on good practices and policy solutions from global cities. The library of Good Ideas contains more than 325 profiles of promising practices, collected from 160 cities in 25 different countries. Good Ideas included successful city-level initiatives (either a program, activity or strategy) that was considered innovative, practical and exportable. of Migration aims to collect a broad, thematically and geographically representative collection of Good Ideas based on the following essential criteria which can be found here can browse good ideas collection based on themes. various-integration-areas
MigrEmpower Project Good Practices Collection
MigrEmpower Project Good Practices CollectionThe exchange of experiences and good practices on integration and social inclusion processes among stakeholders and EU project, , , "The selected practices were analysed in detail by observing the following dimensions; The main type of intervention Main managing Entity Main funding Main Target Type of activities carried out in the project"60 good practices selected by project partners in Austria; Cyprus, France, Italy, Germany, Spain. Actions about social and labour integration. education-and-training employment-and-related-training housing-and-settlementmigrants refugees
Collection of Good Practices under the Project Dynamic Reinforcement for European Adaptation of Migrants
Collection of Good Practices under the Project Dynamic Reinforcement for European Adaptation of MigrantsA collection of good practices providing successful models for migrant integration in three priority integration areas – legal, economic and socio-cultural. Some of them are developed as national initiatives and implemented in a specific country, while others are developed as international cooperation projects with impact at European, , , , , , UndefinedSelected practices addresses the key areas of successful migrant integration based on the Common Basic Principles for Immigrant Integration Policy in the EUcivic-participation education-and-training employment-and-related-training health housing-and-settlement intergroup-relations-and-contact-including-racism-and-xenophobia rights-and-legal-status-as-well-as-non-discrimination
Mapping of good practices relating to social inclusion of migrants through sport - prepared for DG Education and Culture of the European Commission
Mapping of good practices relating to social inclusion of migrants through sport – prepared for DG Education and Culture of the European CommissionThe aim of this study is to provide an analytical overview of the types of sports related projects and interventions used to support the social inclusion of migrants and to identify best practice in their design, implementation and measurement. The study used a literature review, stakeholder interviews and an analysis of the key strengths and success factors of relevant projects based on a, Two-tier typology classifies projects by looking at their desired outcomes, thus whether the main objective is to increase participation in sports or whether an organisation emphasises the use of sport as a tool for social change. While Plus Sport specifically strives to foster social change, social benefits can also be experienced by participants of Sports Plus projects. A distinction was consequently be made of projects supporting the employability of participants, education and vocational training opportunities, personal and social development and volunteering in sport.sports-leisure-artsmigrants refugees
European Website on Integration (EWSI) Practices
European Website on Integration (EWSI) PracticesThe website is the only EU-wide source bringing up-to-date information and good practices on migrant integration for policy makers and practitioners.‘Good practices’ can be defined in multiple ways. However, a thread common to most definitions implies strategies, approaches and/or activities that have been shown through research and evaluation to be effective, efficient, sustainable and/or transferable, and to reliably lead to a desired result.Good practices on the EWSI are collected through a template, which has been developed specifically to that effect and comprises all the information needed to judge whether the practice is adaptable to other contexts.Eligibility and selection criteria can be found here
Intercultural Cities Good Practice Collection
Intercultural Cities Good Practice CollectionThe collection produces a sample list from the 6 study countries (Austria, Denmark, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and the UK), with snapshots of case studies based on best practices and innovative approaches to integration through adaptive practices, social interactions, intercultural practices through bottom up approaches and also implicit ways of integration. In all, these multiple forms of interactions and interventions promote cross linkages in society, with an institutional, community and educational adapt SPICE Framework which can be found here: analyzed good practices related to the integration of migrant children in school, local community and wider society. More specifically, they focused on practices related to language courses and teaching, religious instructions in public school and on general organisation of school life related to food, expression of religious beliefs, resolution of intercultural conflicts, intercultural cooperation,
Intercultural cities: good practice examples
Intercultural cities: good practice examplesIntercultural Cities Programme Coordinators report on their cities good practices in different fields of action (building an intercultural and open society, integration, public services, equality in diverse societies).

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